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Old 01-06-2003, 10:14 PM   #1
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Default how to set up frames on path?

i was animating camera on path over a normal surface of spueres as you can see, but when i was creating animationpath with the cam (connect cam to path) i was setting how long i mean like start 0.00 frame end 426 frames.

now i have made animation as it whole size longer and want to put up to 800 set as endframe (the path).

how the heck to do this i could not find the parameter? please help

here is posted the current set path on 426 i want to put up to 800...
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if your time slider ranges from 0 to 426, there is no way you can change it. but if it ranges from 0 to 800, then just select the number 426 in your curve path (do not include the curve in your selection) and hit ctrl+a for the attribute editor and change the end time.
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Default YEAH cool! you are

its loike i was thinking just a thing to know where the shitty button is :o
thx for your fast help olivermagno was very helpful now i can adjust the length of animation...

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